Revised Water DEFRA Module 5 Incident Management Course
The world of emergency management never remains static, changes to policies and strategies naturally evolve as lessons are learned and new perspectives emerge. The JESIP initiative gathers pace and a new multi-agency approach is evident, especially in trying to improve training and development amongst managers at all levels and across all agencies. As a result of this improvement in interoperability, we have extensively revised our Water Incident Manager course. Our multi-agency focus has been strengthened by firmly incorporating the JESIP processes under the risk management framework provided by ISO31000 Risk Management Framework.
The new course includes greater use of pre-course reading, new case studies, targeted syndicate tasks and in-depth table-top exercises. This proactive approach provides a positive learning environment for emergency managers looking to command and advise at operational and tactical levels for the full range of water and flood related incidents.
The course remains a central element of our Diploma in Specialist Rescue in partnership with Coventry University.
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